With our own experts in control technology and the above-mentioned areas, we are able to solve even complex tasks in automation technology.
We can develop and implement the specific solutions in-house.
Example of use: 3-D scan of a gearshift sleeve with laser triangulation, image evaluation with image-processing software and evaluation of features.
The following technologies are used in the realization of the tasks:
Leak test, flow measurement
Geometric measurement tactile and optical
Force measuring technology, weighing technology
Industrial image processing 2D and 3D
BC -, DMC -Scanner
Data processing in the control environment
According to your task, we integrate standard robots of all common manufacturers (KUKA, ABB, FANUC, STÄUBLI).
Our scope of services includes both mechanical and control technology as well as safety-related integration.
From the grab solution to the cell control, you get everything from one source.
PROWIN A + W is at home in the powertrain.
Gearbox assembly is also part of the core competence - no matter whether it is manual, automatic, dual-clutch or e-transmission.
Prowin supplies and designs gearbox assembly lines or individual subassemblies - it does not matter if it is just wheelset assembly, assembly of the complete mechatronics or a complete system from the case to the entire mechanics.
PROWIN has many years of experience in the semi-automatic and fully automated assembly of engines and their components, such as cylinder head and engine block. From conception through planning to implementation, PROWIN automates the assembly of small engines for passenger cars up to large engines for the commercial vehicle sector.
The focus here is on the tool carrier concepts and their concatenation of work content.
The sensible and economical combination of manual workstations and automatic stations is a matter of course.
Another domain of PROWIN is the conversion of existing assembly lines.
This includes the conversion, the extension or the overhaul of existing stations and entire assembly lines to increase the number of cycles and the integration of a new product type on existing lines.